Erin Bermingham and Suzie Bates picked three wickets apiece as New Zealand Women successfully defended 209 runs against South Africa Women ensuring a 95-run win in the fifth One-Day International in Paarl to take an unassailable lead of 4-1 in the series.
Amy Satterthwaite scored an unbeaten 81 and picked a three-wicket haul as well while Rachel Priest top-scored with 86 runs as New Zealand Women chased down 195 against South Africa Women with eight wickets in hand in the fourth One-Day International in Paarl.
A three-wicket haul on debut from Hardik Pandya and an unbeaten 85 from Virat Kohli helped India register a thumping six-wicket win over New Zealand by chasing a target of 191 runs in 33.1 overs in the first One-Day International in Dharamsala.
In the upcoming five-match One-Day International series against New Zealand, India need to win the contest by a margin of 4-1 or more if they want to rise in the International Cricket Council team rankings.
Suzie Bates and Amy Satterthwaite scored unbeaten knocks of 82 and 89 respectively after Holly Huddleston's five-wicket haul restricted South Africa Women to 188 for nine in their 50 overs to help New Zealand Women secure a comfortable nine-wicket victory in the third One-Day International in Kimberley.
A match-winning knock of 80 from Mignon du Preez led South Africa Women's charge as they raced to a four-wicket win with five balls remaining despite a five-wicket haul from Morna Nielsen in the second One-Day International against New Zealand Women in Kimberley.
Ravichandran Ashwin registered his career-best figure of a 13-wicket haul in the game as India dismissed New Zealand for 153 runs in the final innings and completed a massive 321-run victory in the third Test in Indore to complete a 3-0 series whitewash.
A record-breaking 365-run stand between Virat Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane helped India register a total of 557 for five before declaring, following which New Zealand scored 28 for naught to end the second day of the third Test match in Indore.
Amy Satterthwaite and Lea Tahuhu shared seven wickets between them as New Zealand Women successfully defended 127 runs to ensure a 12-run win in the first One-Day International against South Africa Women in Kimberley.
The Indian selectors have opted to rest fast bowler Mohammad Shami and spinners Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja for the first three One-Day Internationals against New Zealand in the upcoming five-match series.